More Christmas Cards

Another Christmas card, this one is for the BasicGrey challenge blog, which this week is all about the scallops. All the scallops have been hand scalloped (is that a verb? I scallop, you scallop, he scallops, we all scallop) using a circle template, scissors and craft knife and can be found on the long sides of the patterned paper, the circle with the poinsettia mounted upon it and then the bottom of the card itself. Do you think that is enough scalloping for one card?

Paper – Basic Grey Dasher
Inks – Distress Ink green
Others – Ribbons; Gems; Stickles Glitter glue
Equipment – Circle template; scissors; craft knife

Kim Dellow

Kim Dellow is an artist–designer–film-maker living the creative life in London, UK. She's a freelance creative for the craft industry and others, and she loves to share her art-ventures on her blog.

This Post Has 10 Comments

  1. Desire Fourie

    Beautiful card. All that handmade scallops must have taken ages. Warm regards

  2. Judy's Crafty Moments

    Lovely card and really geat colours..definetely not too many scallops! I love the ponsetia flower.

    Judy x

  3. Rach

    what a fabulous card Kim, beautiful scalloping…must have taken you and age! looks wonderful..hugs rachxx

  4. Tracey

    Gorgeous card Kim, I love it! :o)


  5. BigCat

    Your cards and blog are so lovely. Thanks for stopping by at mine.

  6. Martine

    gorgeous card as always kim, thanks for taking part in this weeks challenge


  7. carolann

    This is stunning hun well done xxxx

  8. Boots the Monkey (Jo)

    Absolutely gorgeous Kim. Thank you for joining us in our challenge again this week.


    Jo x

  9. Kristen

    Such a beautiful card! I love the layered poinsettia.

  10. Hazel

    Beautiful card – and the scallops are so well cut by hand

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